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Inter rally to beat Parma as Atalanta win again

Monday, June, 29 2020    

Milan , Italy (AFP) — Alessandro Bastoni completed Inter Milan's late turnaround as they scored twice in the final six minutes to beat Parma 2-1 yesterday, while Atalanta made it three wins in a row since the Serie A restart. Read More

Coronavirus-depleted Pakistan cricket squad leave for England

Monday, June, 29 2020    

Lahore , Pakistan (AFP) — The Pakistan cricket squad left yesterday for their England tour without 10 players who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Read More

Broad uses sports psychologist to prepare for Tests without fans

Monday, June, 29 2020    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — England pace bowler Stuart Broad has spoken to a sports psychologist to prepare for Test cricket's return behind closed doors. Read More

Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal move into FA Cup semi-finals

Monday, June, 29 2020    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) —Manchester City bounced back from ceding their Premier League crown to Liverpool to remain on course for a cup treble by beating Newcastle 2-0 to move into the FA Cup semi-finals yesterday. Read More

Madrid edge past Espanyol to go two clear of Barcelona

Monday, June, 29 2020    

Madrid , Spain (AFP) — Karim Benzema delivered another moment of magic yesterday as Real Madrid took a two-point lead over Barcelona at the top of La Liga by beating bottom club Espanyol. Read More

Lowe says he's weighing options as European clubs come knocking

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Jamaica defender Damion “Nana” Lowe is not expected to be out of work for very long, if his confidence is anything to go by. Read More

KC welcome lacrosse title award after season cut short by COVID-19

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Kingston College has been declared champions of the Lacrosse Taino Cup after the season was cancelled by the governing Jamaica Lacrosse Association (JLA) and their coach, Kenneith Subratie, believes his team is deserving of the tite. Read More

Mahogany shines as he lays firm claim on 2000 Guineas

BY RUDDY ALLEN Observer staff reporter | Sunday, June, 28 2020    

What was anticipated as a possible Classic-race showdown between two of the emerging three-year-old Classic hopefuls turned out to be a one-sided affair. Read More

Windies bowler Joseph hopes England treat him as 'weaker link'

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Alzarri Joseph hopes it will work to his advantage if England treat him as the “weaker link” of the West Indies' pace attack during next month's Test series. Read More

Liverpool link

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter walkerh@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Former Portmore United stalwart Claude Davis, now part owner and technical director of the Liverpool International Academy of Central Florida, says his venture fashions the programmes and activities of the UK-based giants. Read More

Jamaica Squash Association provides outreach support for students

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Although the training sessions have been suspended as a safety precaution due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Jamaica Squash Association (JSA) has continued to support the young players from Penwood High School in St Andrew who participate in its outreach... Read More

JOA states goal for equality in sport, gender

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

Reflecting on Olympic idealism on the occasion of Olympic Day, sports' umbrella organisation in this country, the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), has reinforced its goal of facilitating equal opportunities in sport and gender. Read More

Medical experts dissect issue of safe pathways to start of schoolbooy football season

BY PAUL A REID Observer writer reidp@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 28 2020    

It will not be easy returning to schoolboys' football once the 2020-21 season gets underway later this year with the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting the world, say medical experts based here in Jamaica. Read More

Easton McMorris remembers the great players

BY GARFIELD MYERS Editor at Large, South Central Bureau | Sunday, June, 28 2020    

This is the final segment of a four-part series on Easton McMorris, the former Jamaica and West Indies opening batsman  Read More

Bremen snatch play-off survival chance, champions Bayern rout Wolfsburg

Sunday, June, 28 2020    

BERLIN, Germany (AFP) — Werder Bremen gave themselves hope of avoiding relegation from the German Bundesliga by thrashing Cologne 6-1 to grab a play-off place on the last day of the season, while champions Bayern Munich routed Wolfsburg before lifting the trophy... Read More



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